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SCHEDULE

March 17th - 19th, 2021

Virtual

 

March 18th

Please note all times listed are Mountain Time. Schedule is subject to change.

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM MDT

Business Meeting

CELA Business Meeting

Speakers:

CELA Executive Committee - Sarah Gillian, Sadik Artunc, Ebru Ozer, Ashley Steffens, Galen Newman

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM MDT

Panel Presentation

Looking Back – And Ahead: A Ten-Year Review of Landscape Performance in the Landscape Architecture Discipline

Author:

Heather Whitlow

Co-Authors:

Taner Ozdil

Christopher Ellis

Allyson Mendenhall

Abstract Number: 1169

Landscape Performance**

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 1

Significance of Oppressiveness: A Pathways Model to Interpret Impacts of Streetscapes on Mental Stress in the High-Density City

Author:

Bin Jiang

Abstract Number: 1105

Landscape Architecture For Health

The Importance of Both: Competing Factors that Impacts Attention Level Restoration and Mental Health

Author:

Hossein Saedi

Co-Author:

Arthur Rice

Abstract Number: 1129

Landscape Architecture For Health

Nearby Nature and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Evidence from Hurricane-Affected Communities

Author:

Dongying Li

Co-Author: 

Galen Newman

Abstract Number: 1061

Landscape Architecture For Health

The Effect of Green Space Biodiversity on Psychological Restoration by the Visual and Auditory Exposure

Author:

Jaeyoung Ha

Co-Author:

Hyung Jin Kim

Abstract Number: 1143

Landscape Architecture For Health

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 2

Growing Resistance: Guerrilla Gardening inside Seattle's Capitol Hill Occupied Protest

Author:

Jeffrey Hou

Co-Author:

Jocine Velasco

Abstract Number: 1076

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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Time’s a Mess! Virtual Community Participation During Pandemic

Author:

Celen Pasalar

Co-Authors:

Kofi Boone

Charleston Yi

Yanhua Lu

Marcia McNally

Randy Hester

Abstract Number: 1139

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Investigate the Impacts of Landscape Characteristics on the Disparity of Children and the Elderly’ Presence and Behavior in Urban Central Waterfront Using the Mixed Method.

Author:

Yuwen Yang

Co Authors:

Yewen Dong

Xueming Liu

Bin Jiang

Abstract Number: 1093

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Which Neighborhood Has Street Greenery? Evidence from Western U.S. Urban Areas

Author:

Dong-ah Choi

Co-Authors:

Keunhyun Park

Alessandro Rigolon

Abstract Number: 1090

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 3

Learning, Sensing, and Observing: Why Landscape Architects Draw Landscapes and Why Veterinarians Draw Binturongs?

Author:

Fernando Magallanes

Co-Author:

Michael Stoskopf

Abstract Number: 1304

Design Education & Pedagogy

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Concept Mapping: Assessing Concept Development in Design Learners

Author:

Matthew Powers

Co-Author:

Sallie Hambright-Belue

Abstract Number: 1167

Design Education & Pedagogy

Analysis of Subset Measures of the Figural Torrance Test of Creative Thinking in Beginning Design Students

Author:

Jeremy Merrill

Abstract Number: 1279

Design Education & Pedagogy

The Impact of VR on Student Design Decisions: Assessing Density and Proximity When Designing in VR Versus Traditional Analog Methods

Author:

Peter Summerlin

Co-Authors:

Jessica Fernandez

Benjamin George

Abstract Number: 1235

Design Education & Pedagogy

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 4

Design like a Nomad: Playing Dwelling Thinking

Author:

Katherine Melcher

 

Abstract Number: 1071

History and Theory

Ephemeral Landscapes: Making the Invisible Visible

Abstract Number: 1111

History and Theory

Author:

Sarah Trautvetter

Thinking like Designers: Implications for Procedural Theory in the Discipline

Author:

Marianne Cramer

Abstract Number: 1213

History and Theory

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 5

Social Factors and Use of Vernacular Plant-Based Materials to Address Water Issues

Author:

Eliza Breder

Co-Author:

Alpa Nawre

Abstract Number: 1250

People-Environment Relationships

Why Beige Matters in a Green World

Author:

Lori Catalano

Abstract Number: 1079

People-Environment Relationships

Perceptions of Prescribed Fires in the Mid-Atlantic, U.S.A.

Author:

Hong Wu

Co Authors

Erica Smithwick

Katherine Zipp

Margot Kaye

Alan Taylor

Zachary Miller

Yau-Huo Shr

Abstract Number: 1265

People-Environment Relationships

Landscape Architecture, a Gateway to the Hinterland

Author:

Micah Stanek

Abstract Number: 1054

People-Environment Relationships

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM MDT

Panel Presentation

Perspectives on Communication Standards in Design Education: A Strategic Approach to AutoCAD Implementation

Author:

Donnie Longenecker

Co-Authors:

Tom Jones

Jessica Fernandez

David Spooner

Abstract Number: 1229

Communication and Visualization

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 1

Tough Clients/Complex Sites: A University-led Community Conversation Strategy to Build Public Trust

Author:

Lisa DuRussel

Co-Authors:

Charles Andrew

Daniel Meehan

Abstract Number: 1015

GeoSpatial and Digital Analytics

Mapping the Wildland-Urban Interface and Historical Fire Perimeters to Inform Design and Planning Efforts in Growing Californian Communities

Author:

Emily Schlickman

Abstract Number: 1027

GeoSpatial and Digital Analytics

Predicting Community Approval of Green Stormwater Infrastructure Using Random Forest Classification Model

Author:

Yuanqiu Feng

Co-Author:

Joan Nassauer

Abstract Number: 1300

GeoSpatial and Digital Analytics

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 2

Aesthetics in Landscape Architecture Discourse: The Beautiful, Meaningful, and Particular

Author:

Katherine Melcher

Abstract Number: 1072

History and Theory

“American Beauty” and Other Ideas Fit for the Scrap Heap: A Lesson from the 1960s

Author:

Edward Eigen

Assessing Urban Park Visits Using Big Data: What Role Can Spatial Planning and Design Play?

Author:
Bo Yang
Co-Author:
Shujuan Li

Abstract Number: 1018

Land Performance**

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 3

Teaching the Superstudio: Designing for the Green New Deal in South Florida

Author:

Ebru Ozer

Abstract Number: 1316

Design Education & Pedagogy

Making Space for Emotion: Gardens of Pain and Joy (an experimental studio)

Author:

Rebecca Krinke

Abstract Number: 1267

Design Education & Pedagogy

Bog Wild

Author:

Jon Calabria

Co-Authors:

Jon Calabria

Mincy Moffett

Thomas Floyd

Paul Matthews

Shannon Wilder

Abstract Number: 1138

Design Education & Pedagogy

Integrating Indigenous Land-Based Learning into the Architectural Curriculum-Forms of Conduct and Local TEK (Traditional Ecological Knowledge) as Embodied Ways of Learning and Knowing

Author:

Shannon Bassett

Abstract Number: 1163

Design Education & Pedagogy

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 4

Immersive Visualization Tools for an Inclusive Public Engagement Process During Social Distancing Restrictions. The Case of Calgary’s Chinatown Sense of Place/Urban Design Strategy.

Author:

Francisco Alaniz Uribe

Co-Authors:

Nathan Stelfox

Emily Kaing

Abstract Number: 1209

Communication and Visualization

The Objects of Design: Making BIM Work for Landscape Architecture

Author:

Christopher Marlow

Abstract Number: 1237

Communication and Visualization

Visualizing Wildfire Management Scenarios: The Use of Parametric Modeling to Test the Mechanical Thinning of Upland Vegetation at the McDonald Observatory

Author:

Jason Sowell

Co Authors:

Eric Bernard

Tyson Watson

Abstract Number: 1251

Communication and Visualization

A Computational Workflow for Visualization and Analysis of Camera Trap Data in Suburban Woodlands

Author:

Mark Meagher

Co-Author:

Kamni Gill

Abstract Number: 1311

Communication and Visualization

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 5

The Emergence of the SITES Rating System for Enhancing Public Places

Author:

Fritz Steiner

Co-Author:

Danielle Pieranunzi

Abstract Number: 1103

Landscape Performance**

Professional Attitudes Toward Sustainability and Sustainability Metrics

Author:

Kathryn Nelson

Co-Authors:

Michael Ross

Olivia Sievers Ross

Sohyun Park

Abstract Number: 1106

Landscape Performance**

Post Occupancy Evaluation on an Urban Park Pre COVID-19 and During COVID-19

Author:

Carla Delcambre

Co-Author:

Gene Bressler

Abstract Number: 1288

Landscape Performance**

4:00 PM - 4:15 PM MDT

15-Minute Break

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM MDT

Panel Presentation

The Green New Deal Superstudio: Policy, Design, and Pedagogy

Author:

Kofi Boone

Co-Authors:

Danielle Zoe Rivera

Denise Hoffman Brandt

Linda Chamorro

Abstract Number: 1270

Design Education & Pedagogy

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 1

Conservation and Hazard Mitigation: Place-Based Narratives as a Strategy for Post-Disaster Land Management

Author:

Travis Klondike

Co-Authors:

Andrew Fox

Madalyn Baldwin

Abstract Number: 1064

Landscape Planning and Ecology**

Conservation and Service in the Agricultural Landscape

Author:

Katherine Kraszewska

Co Authors

Linda Larson

Ying Li

Abstract Number: 1121

Landscape Planning and Ecology**

Cultural Ecosystem Service Benefits at the Intersection of Cultural Landscape Heritage Conservation and Land Stewardship

Author:

Jane Futrell Winslow

Co Authors

Andrea Roberts

Abstract Number: 1030

Landscape Planning and Ecology**

How Effective Are Drainage Systems in Mitigating Flood Losses?

Author:

Wonmin Sohn

Co Authors

Samuel Brody

Jun-Hyun Kim

Abstract Number: 1041

Landscape Planning and Ecology**

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 2

Fluid Boundary: Shenzhen River as a Third Territory

Author:

Xuezhen Xie

Co-Author:

Maria Goula

Abstract Number: 1033

100 + 1 | RESILIENCE

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Texcoco Living Landscape School

Author:

María A. Villalobos H.

Co-Author:

Pedro Camarena

Abstract Number: 1160

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Discrete Choice Experiment to Elicit Preferences Between Ecological Quality ‎and Aesthetic: An Economic Method to Study How People Make Trade-off

Author:

Abdulmueen Bogis

Co-Author:

Mintai Kim

Abstract Number: 1172

100 + 1 | RESILIENCE

Uncovering the Embedded Knowledge in Low-Tech and Historic Infrastructures

Abstract Number: 1259

100 + 1 | RESILIENCE

Author:

Jessica Rossi-Mastracci

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 3

Parisian Uses Of The New Parks In Paris Contrast To Typical American Uses

Author:

Max Conrad

Abstract Number: 1035

Urban Design

Assessing Human Perception of Floodable Urban Design for Sea Level Rise Adaptation

Author:

Hope Hui Rising

Co Authors

Chao Gu

Shijia Yang

Abstract Number: 1292

Urban Design

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 4

Investigating Smart Neighborhood Design for Physical Activities: Case study of South Atlanta Neighborhood, Georgia.

Author:

Benjamin Okenwa

Co-Author:

Hala Nassar

Abstract Number: 1063

Landscape Architecture For Health

Natural Experiments in Landscape Architecture for Health Research

Author:

Chanam Lee

Co Authors

Marcia Ory

Xuemei Zhu

Wei Li

Minji Xu

Sinan Zhong

Hanwool Lee

Abstract Number: 1208

Landscape Architecture For Health

Health-based Axioms: Postulating Adaptive Strategies for Universal 21st Century Outdoor Environments

Author:

Mary Padua

Co-Author:

Xiaotong Liu

Abstract Number: 1068

Landscape Architecture For Health

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 5

A Preadaptation Garden

Author:

Micah Stanek

Abstract Number: 1053

Research by Design and Implementation**

Let's Build a Landscape: Collaboration and Reuse

Author:

Justin Parscher

Abstract Number: 1201

Research by Design and Implementation**

Design as Research: Cultural Landscape Icons and Embodied Interaction

Author:

Louise Bordelon

Abstract Number: 1028

Research by Design and Implementation**

Making a Space for Landscape Architecture in Rural India

Author:

Alpa Nawre

Abstract Number: 1302

Research by Design and Implementation**

5:15 PM - 6:15 PM MDT

Panel Presentation

All about that base(line data): collecting, assessing, and comparing pre- and post-project data

Author:

Allyson Mendenhall

Co-Authors:

Catherine De Almeida

Yi Luo

Megan Barnes

Abstract Number: 1017

Landscape Performance**

5:15 PM - 6:15 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 1

How the #@^% Do I Teach Design to Neurodivergent College Students?

Author:

Jeremy Merrill

Co-Author:

Taylor Metz

Abstract Number: 1280

Design Education & Pedagogy

The Comparison of Four Teaching Methods in Planting Design for the Z Generation: Hand Drawing, Paper-Collage, Digital Drawing, and Virtual Reality

Author:

Yiwei Huang

Abstract Number: 1182

Design Education & Pedagogy

Impression, Process, Systems, Application: A Four Step Framework for Teaching Design Thinking at Introductory Level

Author:

Yujia Wang

Co-Author:

Ke Chen

Abstract Number: 1083

Design Education & Pedagogy

I'm a Model, You Know What I Mean: Model-Making and Rhetoric in Landscape Education

Author:

Justin Parscher

Abstract Number: 1196

Design Education & Pedagogy

5:15 PM - 6:15 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 2: Roundtable

DEI Networking Discussion

Speaker:

Marc Miller

5:15 PM - 6:15 PM MDT

Oral Presentation Breakout 3

Revealing the Southern West Virginia Coalfields Landscape through Literature

Author:

Stefania Staniscia

Abstract Number: 1019

History and Theory

The "Sacred" and "Profane": gaze of South Carolina's contemporary vernacular landscape

Author:

Mary Padua

Abstract Number: 1126

History and Theory